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JPNC Park and Open Space committee

A Committee of the Jamaice Plain Neighborhood Council, its responsibilities include the protection and promotion of green space as well as the maintenance and management ofthe parks and playgrounds.

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Latest Activity: May 18, 2010

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Comment by Jay Zoldak on May 18, 2010 at 7:28am
JPNC Parks and Open Space Committee Meeting tonight

Join us at 6:30pm tonight Tuesday 5/18 at JP Licks, 659 Centre St. for the next meeting of the JPNC Parks and Open Space committee. Our charter is:

· Fostering community around parks and green spaces
· Networking with other existing organizations and programs related to maintaining and protecting open space
· Advocating for parks and open spaces, and raising funds and awareness about green issues

We'll be discussing progress on our latest projects (fundraising for the Franklin Park Zoo, park cleanups, collaborations with other groups) and new ideas for championing green space.

For further details, please contact posc.jpnc@gmail.com
Comment by Ralph on January 1, 2010 at 7:36pm
Elizabeth Corcoran-Hunt
State House Room 122
Boston, MA 02133
p 617 722 2006
Elizabeth.Corcoran-Hunt@state.ma.us

The next meeting for the Parkland Management Advisory Committee will be held on Wednesday, January 6th, 7 PM at 70 St. Botolph Street, Boston

The agenda for the meeting is attached.


PARKLAND MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

PUBLIC SAFETY & STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS
70 ST. BOTOLPH ST
WEDNESDAY 6 JANUARY 2010
All PMAC Meetings are Open to the Public


Public Safety Committee: 7:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Sign in & Introductions
Past Business
Precinct Reports – State, MBTA, E-13, D-4, B-2


Steering Committee: 7:45 PM to 8:45 PM

Sign in & Introductions
Discussion of what DCR’s budget cuts might mean for our park, with Tom Yovicsin, former SWC Park manager, and now acting District Manager for the Shore District, in which SWC is included.


Next meeting: Wednesday 3 February 2010 in Jamaica Plain, 7:00 PM


Questions or comments? Please contact, jhunkel@aol.com
Comment by Ralph on August 30, 2009 at 6:22pm
Has this group linked with the southwest corrordor group? are there a serries of groups associated with specific greenspaces? Is this an umbralla over them? the southwest corridor extends a substantial distance beyond the bounds of JP plus has its own southwest corridor parkland management advisory committee which meets once a month plus there is also some sort of a southwest corridor conservancy http://www.swcpc.org/ it appears that the active individuals are predominantaly in the south end. is there one of these neibor to neibor things running in the south end -- it might already be linked to that someway i am sitll having trouble trying to figure out what you can do with the sites.

- Ralph
 

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